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Dreamleague Gaming To Open New Entertainment Studio In New Orleans
6.6.19 -

Live eSports firm to create 25 direct jobs; New Orleans to serve as Southern hub

Asteri To Expand Digital Operations Via Louisiana Entertainment Program
3.28.19 - Shreveport company becomes Louisiana’s latest entertainment job-creation project
CGI Surpasses Employment Target At Lafayette Technology Center
3.6.18 - Company now employs more than 400 IT professionals at its UL Lafayette Research Park site
Baton Rouge is transforming from a college town into a gaming hub
12.22.17 - Though well-known for its diehard sports fans, excellent cuisine, and epic tailgates, Louisiana’s capital Baton Rouge has leveraged its film production industry, research university, existing tech incubators, and low cost of living to become an emerging southeastern hub for the video gaming industry.
Acadiana game company emerging with help of Lafayette tech incubators
2.13.17 - A University of Louisiana at Lafayette graduate has helped create and launch a video game called 'Evangeline' with the goal of reconnecting players with loved ones.

New Orleans ranked top U.S. city for creative types
7.23.15 -

Forget New York or Los Angeles. Working artists should move to New Orleans if they want to see their careers flourish. That's according to a new Smartasset ranking that names New Orleans the top U.S. city for creative professionals, from painters to musicians, choreographers to architects.

High Voltage Software Announces Establishment Of New Orleans Game Development Studio
12.17.14 -

Chicago-area tech firm’s Louisiana project will result in 80 new direct jobs and more than 110 new indirect jobs

The Scarecrow Awarded Two Daytime Emmy Awards
6.23.14 - Moonbot Studios' work for Chipotle Mexican Grill, in collaboration with Creative Artists Agency (CAA), received two Daytime Emmy® awards. The Scarecrow animated short film and game were awarded Outstanding Directing in an Animated Program and Outstanding New Approaches – Original Daytime Program or Series, recognizing excellence in interactive media productions.
The Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge and LIFF launch new Program for Young Filmmakers
4.29.14 - The Arts Council of Greater Baton Rouge, in partnership with the Louisiana International Film Festival (LIFF), has launched a new program for aspiring young filmmakers called Creative Industries Corps.